The opposition says the relevant subject Ministers must discuss the prevalent power and fuel crises with the Cabinet of Ministers and find a proper solution.
Speaking during a media briefing today, Parliamentarian Rajitha Senaratne said the Cabinet includes the President, Prime Minister and the Minister of Finance who are responsible for resolving all issues arising within Ministries.
The Parliamentarian said therefore there is no need for Ministers to make various claims to media.
He said the Ceylon Petroleum Corporation and Ceylon Electricity Board suffered losses during the good governance government adding however then-Ministers never made statements to the media that power cuts will have to be imposed.
He said the relevant Minister together with the President, the Prime Minister and the rest of the Cabinet got together and found solutions.
The MP also claimed all Ministers in the incumbent Cabinet should be considered as trainees.
When questioned by media regarding the acquittal of Minister of Finance Basil Rajapaksa from the Divineguma Almanac case, MP Senaratne said the present administration was formed to pardon themselves from all cases.
Meanwhile, commenting on internal disagreements within the opposition, the MP said it does not matter who the next President of the country is, but everyone must unite to overthrow the present corrupt administration.
He said at present, they are not working to secure ministerial posts.
The Parliamentarian said the public is only worried about surviving in the face of the prevailing crises.